MINISTER of Finance Dr Situmbeko Musokotwane has tendered his public apology for saying that the removal of fuel subsidies will not affect youths because a majority of them don’t drive. In his explanation, he says he was referring to little children who have to walk long distances to access education. It’s good that the minister of finance has apologised for his remarks. That is what humble leaders do. When you make a mistake, it doesn’t kill to say “I am sorry”. Apologising is actually a strength because it serves as an acknowledgement that you are not perfect. It also sends a message to the people you are leading that you are sensitive to their feelings and you are capable of…...

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